10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Abandon’s third album finds Josh Engler replacing his brother Justin on lead vocals as the band shift to a more dance-oriented sound. The grooves here sparkle with ‘80s-era techno-pop influences, lending tracks like “Messenger,” “Better,” and “Heaven” a sleekly synthesized energy that drives home their faith-centered content. “It Was Love” (a moody yet triumphant retelling of the Crucifixion) and “You Were There” (a vivid invocation of Christ’s presence) are indicative of the album’s uplifting lyrics. Love Prevails captures spiritual struggle and ultimate redemption in bold, joyous colors.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Abandon’s third album finds Josh Engler replacing his brother Justin on lead vocals as the band shift to a more dance-oriented sound. The grooves here sparkle with ‘80s-era techno-pop influences, lending tracks like “Messenger,” “Better,” and “Heaven” a sleekly synthesized energy that drives home their faith-centered content. “It Was Love” (a moody yet triumphant retelling of the Crucifixion) and “You Were There” (a vivid invocation of Christ’s presence) are indicative of the album’s uplifting lyrics. Love Prevails captures spiritual struggle and ultimate redemption in bold, joyous colors.

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